Blade-Tech and STI Create Bianchi Cup Pistol

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posted on May 21, 2012
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"We are honored to be a part of the 2012 Bianchi Cup, it is one of the premier pistol matches in the world," stated Bryce Wegner, President and CEO of Blade Tech Industries. "We are equally honored to partner with STI International to help provide such a high quality custom pistol for this year's Cup."

The pistol that is being donated to the 2012 Bianchi Cup was made at STI International facilities in Georgetown, TX. The firearm is based off of STI's popular Apeiro 2011 model. Like the Apeiro 2011 model, the 2012 Bianchi Cup Pistol is a high capacity double stack .40 caliber pistol that is exquisite looking with unquestioned reliability.

In addition, the slide of the 2012 Bianchi Cup Pistol is emblazoned with both the 2012 Bianchi Cup and Blade-Tech logos. Blade-Tech has also manufactured a holster designed and molded for this custom competition pistol. This, coupled with all of the added custom features, makes for a true one of a kind prize.

More information about STI International's high quality, innovative pistols and rifles is available at: http://www.stiguns.com/

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